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The Lego Store will open in Rockefeller Center this summer, taking over a 3,734-foot space that used to belong to Brookstone. Right now, the windows of the shop are filled with big yellow Lego signs, but the Brookstone logo remains about the storefront. And while the signage is fairly boring and corporate, we have high hopes for the interior of the store. Surely they'll have to have at least one gigantic cityscape built out of Legos, right?